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Three Kids and a Cowboy

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SECOND CHANCE AT MARRIAGE

SECOND CHANCE AT MARRIAGE

Three little orphans had one big, brawny cowboy wrapped around their fingers! Miranda Sykes was so happy that her estranged husband's dreams to be a daddy had finally come true. But her own dream to be a mother--and Brodie's beloved wife--was only temporarily hers....

Miranda knew Brodie had only welcomed her home to his Tex
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ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Silhouette Romance 90s (first published June 1st 1997)
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Melinda
From back cover: Second Chance at Marriage

Three little orphans had one big, brawny cowboy wrapped around their fingers! Miranda Sykes was so happy that her estranged husband's dreams to be a daddy had finally come true. But her own dream to be a mother -- and Brodie's beloved wife -- was only temporarily hers...

Miranda knew Brodie had only welcomed her home to his Texas ranch so that they'd look like one big happy family to social services. But one big happy family they were! And now all she n
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